Peggie Gillom Granderson

College Career

University of Mississippi (1976-1980)

• Wade Trophy finalist (1980)

• AIAW Nationals (’77-’78)

• AIAW Region III Tournament (’76-’77, ‘77-’78, ‘78-’79)

• Southeastern Conference All-Tournament Team (’80)

• Only Ole Miss player of either sex to score over 2,000 points and pull down 1,000 rebounds in a career

• Four-Year Starter on Lady Rebel Basketball Team


Professional Basketball Career

Dallas Diamonds, Women’s Professional Basketball League (1980)


Coaching Career

• Assistant Coach, Lady Rebels Basketball, University of Mississippi (1981-1997)

• Assistant Coach, Houston Comets, WNBA (1997-1999)

• Head Coach, Texas A&M University (1999-2003)

• Assistant Coach, U.S. Olympic Women’s Team (2000)

• Assistant Coach, University of Mississippi (2003-2011)


Hall of Fame Memberships and Honors

• Ole Miss Hall of Fame (1996)

• Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame (1998)

• Namesake for MS Women’s Player of the Year Award (2008)


Did You Know?

While at Ole Miss, Peggie coached her younger sister, Jennifer Gillom, from 1982-1986. Jennifer was inducted in 2008. They are the first sisters inducted in the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame.